art prints - Don't miss so many

Tags: art prints, sunrise, porch, cityscape

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Jonathan Howard
  • Minted Jul 29, 2011
  • 4 Awards
  • 43 Comments made
  • 734 Votes cast

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Occasionally there's a beautiful clear morning sunrise in SF. I try to catch as many as I can - which is to say, I don't catch many. This shot makes me re-live the moment every time. "There's a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they're absolutely free. Don't miss so many of them." ― Jo Walton


art prints, sunrise, porch, cityscape

colors shown:

sky blue, sunrise orange



design inspired by:

Rectangular Non-Personalizable Art Print

submitted on:

Oct 22 2012

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art prints - Don't miss so many by Jonathan Howard


Snow and Ivy on Nov 15, 2012 at 6:19am
Snow and Ivy
  • Minted Mar 7, 2010
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The table centered in the photograph keeps pulling me back to it - but I don't know that it's really the focus of the photo. I might try cropping it a bit... it would probably make a really gorgeous panoramic shot if you cut off the bottom half and just let it float in the center of the sheet (vertically). Just an idea though - chopping off half the photo is pretty dramatic. The sunset and the landscape is really gorgeous - again, awesome colors!

Jonathan Howard on Nov 15, 2012 at 12:01pm
Jonathan Howard
  • Minted Jul 29, 2011
  • 4 Awards
  • 43 Comments made
  • 734 Votes cast

Thanks for the comment! You know, I struggled with the idea of cropping too... one of the things I like best about this photo is I can very clearly imagine sitting down on the deck with a cup of coffee. If you crop out the porch, it's more like you're looking out a window than about to sit down in that moment, if that makes sense. I like that there's a relatable foreground element. But it's worth a shot - I'll play with turning it into a more traditional landscape and see how it looks! -----------------------------------------------------------------------------EDIT: See cropped versions below (1 without table, one a "traditional" landscape). I like the more-cropped version more than I thought I would. I'm gonna ruminate on these, but if you have a preference I'd love to hear your thoughts!